CAPS LIKE WHOA (jc) wrote,

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CSS problems fixed

Fantastic. Now that I know I can (in CSS) override elements within elements without needing to specify class names, I've fixed my GLOBAL_HEAD CSS so that the page scrolls faster, and the style doesn't look like crap in browsers that don't support CSS. (In those that don't, you'll see a maroon background, black border and white content area, just as it should be.)

I've managed to cut down my override code by a third, and most of my colour values are back to normal. I'm happy now.
Tags: css, overrides, s1, s1 punquin, styles


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